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La science du droit parmi les sciences sociales : la tradition de l’autonomie et la tentation de l’ouverture

Abstract : Lawyers are traditionally opposed to openings towards other social sciences. The challenge is simple: to preserve the autonomy of law, which relates to the subject matter as well as how to study it and those who study it. However, today, while everywhere interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary are encouraged, the isolation of the law may appear less and less justified. This study will propose some reflections concerning the practical and epistemological legitimacy and relevance of the interdisciplinarity.
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Boris Barraud. La science du droit parmi les sciences sociales : la tradition de l’autonomie et la tentation de l’ouverture. Revue de la Recherche Juridique - Droit prospectif, 2015, 154, p. 27 s. ⟨hal-01367506⟩

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